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Title: 
Civic capital models: Comparison of primary and secondary students in the Singapore Education System
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Issue Date: 
2015
Publisher: 
Policy and Leadership Studies (PLS) Academic Group, National Institute of Education, Singapore
Citation: 
PLS Working Papers Series, No. 13, pp 1-20
Series/Report no.: 
PLS Working Papers Series;13
Abstract: 
This inquiry interrogates linkages between
civic capital broken down into beliefs,
dispositions and agency with the notion of
the school as a civic community. Using
data generated from a longitudinal study
on a stratified random sample of two
cohorts of students belonging to the
primary and secondary levels of the
Singapore education system, this paper
attempts to establish meaningful
relationships between the students’
conceptions and practices of civic capital
with their perceptions of an active civic
community in school.
URI: 
ISSN: 
2239-5249
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